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Artist: Reckless Love

Title: Turborider

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Reckless Love Turborider Album Cover

 

Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2022

Label: AFM Records (Germany)

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Personnel

Olli Herman vocals
Pepe guitars
Jalle Verne bass
Hessu Max drums

Tracks

1.  Turborider     Listen
2.  Eyes of a Maniac     Listen
3.  Outrun     Listen
4.  Kids of the Arcade     Listen
5.  Bark at the Moon     Listen   Cover: Ozzy Osbourne
6.  Prelude (Flight of the Cobra)     Listen
7.  Like a Cobra     Listen
8.  For the Love of Good Times     Listen
9.  '89 Sparkle     Listen
10.  Future Lover Boy     Listen
11.  Prodigal Sons     Listen

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 123charpenay Date: February 16, 2022 at 18:21
i m a big fan of "animal attraction" and "spirit" two top class records.category "melodic rock"?yes if you want."turborider" is a mix of electronic music,new wawe music,aor,hard rock and party rock.even if "future lover boy" is a super song the rest is average.year after year reckless love have lost his imigination and his inspiration.they have mixed lot of different kind of music for a decent result.no more.this record is for the core of their hard die fans.

From: mr.shoemaker Date: March 27, 2022 at 15:50
crappy crap..

From: aTomiK Date: March 28, 2022 at 13:56
What an awesome album! Yeah, Reckless Love goes synthwave but so fucking what! Thereīs still Olliīs voice, Pepeīs guitar and lots of breathtaking melodies. I can understand if synthbased music is not your cup of tea but when people say Turborider is a bad disc i donīt believe a word. This is easily one of the best albums released during the first quarter of 2022.

From: Elljam Date: April 7, 2022 at 6:09
RL have always been a band playing pop songs with beefy guitars, which I like as a rule and the first 3 albums were enjoyable escapism. However when those guitars are swallowed up by synths then the songs lose all of their charm and basically become Europop. Olli Herman doesn't have powerful enough vocals to salvage these songs and make them appeal to a rock fan IMO and for me only "Eyes of a maniac" & "Prodigal sons" are even worth hearing more than once (and they would only be fillers on the first 3 albums).

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 8, 2022 at 18:44
Lovely Pop album by a band that has changed for sure on its musical direction and becoming more commercial as ever ...that's the way they have chosen to be and it's respectable...my fave ones are # 1,3,4,5(cool cover),7,9 & 11(the "heavy one")...enjoyable stuff...85/100


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